[Infographic] Duplicate objects in your pictures using multi-exposures
Photographers generally use multi-exposures to create HDR photos; these serve to darken overly bright skies or brighten dark landscapes. But multi-exposures can be used for much more than just that. Like cloning any objects you want. You just have to place them into your scene and take your series of source photos. And then join it all into one picture. Let’s take a look at how.